NEGLEY, Ohio (WKBN)- Firefighters from multiple departments were called to a home fire in Negley on Thursday afternoon.

Crews were called to the 50000 block of Pancake Clarkson Road around 12 p.m.

What started as a brush fire call quickly turned into something much larger.

In total, more than 10 acres and at least three buildings including two mobile homes were involved. Firefighters from more than a dozen departments in Columbiana and Mahoning county, as well as Beaver County in Pennsylvania, responded to help.

East Palestine Fire Department Chief Keith Drabick says the conditions were perfect for a wildfire to spread.

“A lot of the departments around here are volunteer-based … it takes calling a lot to get the manpower we need, and we did have to call quite a few departments for the brush trucks to get up into that area for tankers for water. There’s no pressurized water sources here,” Drabick says.

Teresa Wilson lives near the woods that caught fire. She was at work when her husband called to tell her about it.

“It was really scary,” Wilson says. “My son just built a new house back there.”

Three firefighters were hurt fighting the fire. Two were treated and released at the scene for heat exhaustion. A third firefighter from Pennsylvania was taken to the hospital as a precaution after he was pinned between two of the brush trucks.

At this point, it’s unknown what caused the fire, but it remains under investigation.

When crews left the scene, it was 100% contained, and hotspots were being treated to prevent any flareups.

The Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office posted a notice on its Facebook page saying that crews are battling multiple brush fires in the county and reminded residents that open burning is prohibited at this time of year.

Pancake Clarkson Road was closed to traffic from State Route 170 to the state line.

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Firefighters said that everyone in the home made it out safely with no injuries.